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Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA SEMESTER- I EXAMINATION WINTER 2015

Subject Code: 2810001 Date: 17/12/2015
Subject Name: Accounting For Managers
Time: 10.30 AM TO 01.30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1(A) Answers the following Multiple Choice Question (Each carry 1 Marks) 06
1. An income statement communicates information regarding revenues and
expenses:
(a) For a Period of Time
(b) At a Given point in Time
(c) At the beginning of the Fiscal year
(d) For some point of time in the future.

2. The amount of Owner?s Equity in a business is not affected by:
(b) The profitability of the business.
(c) The percentage of total assets held in cash.
(d) The amount of dividends paid to stockholders.

3. Excel industries Ltd purchased Machine at cost of Rs. 78 lacs. Consideration
value on at time of disposal Rs. 390000. Expected life 10 years. Calculate
depreciation rate for Written Down Value (WDV) & Straight Line method
(SLM).
(a) 25.35% & 9.5% (b) 24.89% & 8.90%
(c) 25.89% & 9.5% (d) 25.98% & 9.05%

4. During a period of steadily rising prices, which of the following methods of
measuring the cost of goods sold is likely to result in reporting the highest gross
profit?
(a) FIFO (b) Weighted Average Price
(c) LIFO (d) Specific Identification

5. Which item among the following is not an intangible asset?
(b) An account receivables
(c) A Patent
(d) Goodwill

6. The financial statement which shows cash activity (receipts and disbursements)
during the accounting period is called a(n):
(a) Bank Statement
(b) Income Statement
(c) Balance Sheet
(d) Statement of Cash-flow

Q.1(B) Define Revenue expenditure & Capital Expenditure with appropriate example. 04

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Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA SEMESTER- I EXAMINATION WINTER 2015

Subject Code: 2810001 Date: 17/12/2015
Subject Name: Accounting For Managers
Time: 10.30 AM TO 01.30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1(A) Answers the following Multiple Choice Question (Each carry 1 Marks) 06
1. An income statement communicates information regarding revenues and
expenses:
(a) For a Period of Time
(b) At a Given point in Time
(c) At the beginning of the Fiscal year
(d) For some point of time in the future.

2. The amount of Owner?s Equity in a business is not affected by:
(b) The profitability of the business.
(c) The percentage of total assets held in cash.
(d) The amount of dividends paid to stockholders.

3. Excel industries Ltd purchased Machine at cost of Rs. 78 lacs. Consideration
value on at time of disposal Rs. 390000. Expected life 10 years. Calculate
depreciation rate for Written Down Value (WDV) & Straight Line method
(SLM).
(a) 25.35% & 9.5% (b) 24.89% & 8.90%
(c) 25.89% & 9.5% (d) 25.98% & 9.05%

4. During a period of steadily rising prices, which of the following methods of
measuring the cost of goods sold is likely to result in reporting the highest gross
profit?
(a) FIFO (b) Weighted Average Price
(c) LIFO (d) Specific Identification

5. Which item among the following is not an intangible asset?
(b) An account receivables
(c) A Patent
(d) Goodwill

6. The financial statement which shows cash activity (receipts and disbursements)
during the accounting period is called a(n):
(a) Bank Statement
(b) Income Statement
(c) Balance Sheet
(d) Statement of Cash-flow

Q.1(B) Define Revenue expenditure & Capital Expenditure with appropriate example. 04

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Q.1(C) Journalize the following transaction in Journal Proper.
(1) Machinery worth Rs. 20 Lacs was bought from Kavya & Sons payable in 4
equal installment starting from the end of current year.
(2) Issued a cheque in favour of Aditya & co for the purchase of a computer amount
of Rs. 40000
(3) ABC company cheque for Rs. 1,00,000 returned dishonored for insufficient
funds in his accounts. The customer had availed cash discount of Rs. 5000.
(4) Paid Salary Rs. 10000 and Wages Rs. 5000 by cheque and cash respectively.
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Q.2(A) Identify the steps in the accounting cycle and discuss the role of accounting
records in an organization.
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Q.2(B) The following balances have been taken from the ledger of Mr. Vasanth as on 31
st

March 2014. You are required to prepare the Trial balances as on 31
st
March 2014.
Particulars Rs Particulars Rs.
Capital 78000 Wages & salaries 17680
Opening Stock 5000 Rent & Taxes 1370
Furniture 18500 Sundry Expenses 1660
Machinery 30000 Bills Receivables 1920
Sales 126620 Book debts 34000
Discount allowed 540 Bills Payable 2800
Carriage outwards 180 Cash In hand 940
Carriage Inwards 170 Bank Loan 5800
Return Inwards 1400 Closing Stock 3900
Return Outwards 280

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OR
Q.2(B) Discuss in detail about salient aspects of Accounting Standard 1 dealing with
?Disclosure of Accounting Policies? and ?Accounting of intangible assets? (AS ? 26).
Give a suitable example.
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Q.3(A) X who was closing his books on 31.3.2008 failed to take the actual stock which
he did only on 9th April, 2008 when it was ascertained by him to be worth Rs.
25,000.
It was found that sales are entered in the sales book on the same day of dispatch
and return inwards in the returns book as and when the goods are received back.
Purchases are entered in the Purchase Day Book once the invoices are received.
It was found that sales between 31.3.2008 and 9.4.2008 as per the sales day book
are Rs. 1,720.
Purchases between 31.3.2008 and 9.4.2008 as per Purchase Day Book are Rs.
120, out of these goods amounting to Rs. 50 were not received until after the
stock was taken.
Goods invoiced during the month of March, 2008 but goods received only on 4th
April, 2008 amounted to Rs. 100. Rate of Gross Profit is 33 1/3% on cost.
Ascertain the value of stock as on 31.03.2008.
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Q.3(B) Explain ?The Trial Balance ensures arithmetical accuracy and not accounting
accuracy?. Impact of errors on Trial Balance by giving suitable.
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Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA SEMESTER- I EXAMINATION WINTER 2015

Subject Code: 2810001 Date: 17/12/2015
Subject Name: Accounting For Managers
Time: 10.30 AM TO 01.30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1(A) Answers the following Multiple Choice Question (Each carry 1 Marks) 06
1. An income statement communicates information regarding revenues and
expenses:
(a) For a Period of Time
(b) At a Given point in Time
(c) At the beginning of the Fiscal year
(d) For some point of time in the future.

2. The amount of Owner?s Equity in a business is not affected by:
(b) The profitability of the business.
(c) The percentage of total assets held in cash.
(d) The amount of dividends paid to stockholders.

3. Excel industries Ltd purchased Machine at cost of Rs. 78 lacs. Consideration
value on at time of disposal Rs. 390000. Expected life 10 years. Calculate
depreciation rate for Written Down Value (WDV) & Straight Line method
(SLM).
(a) 25.35% & 9.5% (b) 24.89% & 8.90%
(c) 25.89% & 9.5% (d) 25.98% & 9.05%

4. During a period of steadily rising prices, which of the following methods of
measuring the cost of goods sold is likely to result in reporting the highest gross
profit?
(a) FIFO (b) Weighted Average Price
(c) LIFO (d) Specific Identification

5. Which item among the following is not an intangible asset?
(b) An account receivables
(c) A Patent
(d) Goodwill

6. The financial statement which shows cash activity (receipts and disbursements)
during the accounting period is called a(n):
(a) Bank Statement
(b) Income Statement
(c) Balance Sheet
(d) Statement of Cash-flow

Q.1(B) Define Revenue expenditure & Capital Expenditure with appropriate example. 04

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Q.1(C) Journalize the following transaction in Journal Proper.
(1) Machinery worth Rs. 20 Lacs was bought from Kavya & Sons payable in 4
equal installment starting from the end of current year.
(2) Issued a cheque in favour of Aditya & co for the purchase of a computer amount
of Rs. 40000
(3) ABC company cheque for Rs. 1,00,000 returned dishonored for insufficient
funds in his accounts. The customer had availed cash discount of Rs. 5000.
(4) Paid Salary Rs. 10000 and Wages Rs. 5000 by cheque and cash respectively.
04

Q.2(A) Identify the steps in the accounting cycle and discuss the role of accounting
records in an organization.
07

Q.2(B) The following balances have been taken from the ledger of Mr. Vasanth as on 31
st

March 2014. You are required to prepare the Trial balances as on 31
st
March 2014.
Particulars Rs Particulars Rs.
Capital 78000 Wages & salaries 17680
Opening Stock 5000 Rent & Taxes 1370
Furniture 18500 Sundry Expenses 1660
Machinery 30000 Bills Receivables 1920
Sales 126620 Book debts 34000
Discount allowed 540 Bills Payable 2800
Carriage outwards 180 Cash In hand 940
Carriage Inwards 170 Bank Loan 5800
Return Inwards 1400 Closing Stock 3900
Return Outwards 280

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OR
Q.2(B) Discuss in detail about salient aspects of Accounting Standard 1 dealing with
?Disclosure of Accounting Policies? and ?Accounting of intangible assets? (AS ? 26).
Give a suitable example.
07

Q.3(A) X who was closing his books on 31.3.2008 failed to take the actual stock which
he did only on 9th April, 2008 when it was ascertained by him to be worth Rs.
25,000.
It was found that sales are entered in the sales book on the same day of dispatch
and return inwards in the returns book as and when the goods are received back.
Purchases are entered in the Purchase Day Book once the invoices are received.
It was found that sales between 31.3.2008 and 9.4.2008 as per the sales day book
are Rs. 1,720.
Purchases between 31.3.2008 and 9.4.2008 as per Purchase Day Book are Rs.
120, out of these goods amounting to Rs. 50 were not received until after the
stock was taken.
Goods invoiced during the month of March, 2008 but goods received only on 4th
April, 2008 amounted to Rs. 100. Rate of Gross Profit is 33 1/3% on cost.
Ascertain the value of stock as on 31.03.2008.
07
Q.3(B) Explain ?The Trial Balance ensures arithmetical accuracy and not accounting
accuracy?. Impact of errors on Trial Balance by giving suitable.
07
OR
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Q.3(A) On 1st April 2006, Creya & Co. Purchased four machines for Rs. 50,000 each.
His accounting year ends on 31st March. Depreciation @ 20% on original cost
has been charged to Profit and Loss Account and credited to a separate provision
for depreciation account.
On 1st April 2007, one machine was sold for Rs. 35,000 and on 1st April 2008, a
second machine was sold for Rs. 33,000. A new machine which cost Rs. 80,000
was purchased on 1st October 2007.
The same rate of depreciation was decided for the new machine as well. Prepare
(1) Machinery A/c & (2) Provision for Depreciation A/c till March 2009.
07
Q.3(B) Explain the meaning and objectives of ?Accounting Standards?. List out the
major accounting standards.
07

Q.4(A) Define ?Provision? & ?Reserve?. Also discuss difference between provision &
reserve.
07
Q.4(B) Symphony corporation Ltd. Sought the advice of an investment consultant for
deployment of surplus funds of around Rs. 45,00,000 in the secondary market.
The consultant advised to invest in Tata Steel Ltd and charged consulting fees of
Rs. 7500. Accordingly, company bought shares of the face value of Rs. 10 each
of Tata Steel ltd at Rs. 520 per share from the NSE through a stockbroker. The
broker charged a brokerage of 0.50%. Determine the cost of this investment.
07
OR
O.4(A) What do you understand by Common Size Statement? What is its purpose?
Explain with suitable examples.
07
Q.4(B) SHYAMSONS LTD
Balance Sheet as on 31st December
Net profit for the period after charging Rs.5000 on account of depreciation was
Rs. 20,000.
A piece of equipment costing Rs.25000 on which depreciation accumulated in
the amount of Rs. 10,000 was sold for Rs. 10,000.
Dividends paid during the year amounted to Rs. 10,000.
Prepare Sources and Uses of funds statement & Change in Working capital.
Liabilities &
capital
2013 2014 Assets 2013 2014
Sundry
Creditors
8000 10,000 Cash 10,000 15,000
Outstanding
Expenses
7000 10,000 Receivables 20,000 25,000
Debenture
Payable
10,000 5000 Inventory 20,000 35,000
Long Term
Loans
5000 25,000
Plant &
machinery
85,000 85,000
Capital 50,000 50,000
Less:
accumulated
Dep
(15,000) (10,000)
Retained
Earnings
40,000 50,000
Total Assets 1,20,000 1,50,000 Total Assets 1,20,000 1,50,000
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Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA SEMESTER- I EXAMINATION WINTER 2015

Subject Code: 2810001 Date: 17/12/2015
Subject Name: Accounting For Managers
Time: 10.30 AM TO 01.30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1(A) Answers the following Multiple Choice Question (Each carry 1 Marks) 06
1. An income statement communicates information regarding revenues and
expenses:
(a) For a Period of Time
(b) At a Given point in Time
(c) At the beginning of the Fiscal year
(d) For some point of time in the future.

2. The amount of Owner?s Equity in a business is not affected by:
(b) The profitability of the business.
(c) The percentage of total assets held in cash.
(d) The amount of dividends paid to stockholders.

3. Excel industries Ltd purchased Machine at cost of Rs. 78 lacs. Consideration
value on at time of disposal Rs. 390000. Expected life 10 years. Calculate
depreciation rate for Written Down Value (WDV) & Straight Line method
(SLM).
(a) 25.35% & 9.5% (b) 24.89% & 8.90%
(c) 25.89% & 9.5% (d) 25.98% & 9.05%

4. During a period of steadily rising prices, which of the following methods of
measuring the cost of goods sold is likely to result in reporting the highest gross
profit?
(a) FIFO (b) Weighted Average Price
(c) LIFO (d) Specific Identification

5. Which item among the following is not an intangible asset?
(b) An account receivables
(c) A Patent
(d) Goodwill

6. The financial statement which shows cash activity (receipts and disbursements)
during the accounting period is called a(n):
(a) Bank Statement
(b) Income Statement
(c) Balance Sheet
(d) Statement of Cash-flow

Q.1(B) Define Revenue expenditure & Capital Expenditure with appropriate example. 04

2
Q.1(C) Journalize the following transaction in Journal Proper.
(1) Machinery worth Rs. 20 Lacs was bought from Kavya & Sons payable in 4
equal installment starting from the end of current year.
(2) Issued a cheque in favour of Aditya & co for the purchase of a computer amount
of Rs. 40000
(3) ABC company cheque for Rs. 1,00,000 returned dishonored for insufficient
funds in his accounts. The customer had availed cash discount of Rs. 5000.
(4) Paid Salary Rs. 10000 and Wages Rs. 5000 by cheque and cash respectively.
04

Q.2(A) Identify the steps in the accounting cycle and discuss the role of accounting
records in an organization.
07

Q.2(B) The following balances have been taken from the ledger of Mr. Vasanth as on 31
st

March 2014. You are required to prepare the Trial balances as on 31
st
March 2014.
Particulars Rs Particulars Rs.
Capital 78000 Wages & salaries 17680
Opening Stock 5000 Rent & Taxes 1370
Furniture 18500 Sundry Expenses 1660
Machinery 30000 Bills Receivables 1920
Sales 126620 Book debts 34000
Discount allowed 540 Bills Payable 2800
Carriage outwards 180 Cash In hand 940
Carriage Inwards 170 Bank Loan 5800
Return Inwards 1400 Closing Stock 3900
Return Outwards 280

07
OR
Q.2(B) Discuss in detail about salient aspects of Accounting Standard 1 dealing with
?Disclosure of Accounting Policies? and ?Accounting of intangible assets? (AS ? 26).
Give a suitable example.
07

Q.3(A) X who was closing his books on 31.3.2008 failed to take the actual stock which
he did only on 9th April, 2008 when it was ascertained by him to be worth Rs.
25,000.
It was found that sales are entered in the sales book on the same day of dispatch
and return inwards in the returns book as and when the goods are received back.
Purchases are entered in the Purchase Day Book once the invoices are received.
It was found that sales between 31.3.2008 and 9.4.2008 as per the sales day book
are Rs. 1,720.
Purchases between 31.3.2008 and 9.4.2008 as per Purchase Day Book are Rs.
120, out of these goods amounting to Rs. 50 were not received until after the
stock was taken.
Goods invoiced during the month of March, 2008 but goods received only on 4th
April, 2008 amounted to Rs. 100. Rate of Gross Profit is 33 1/3% on cost.
Ascertain the value of stock as on 31.03.2008.
07
Q.3(B) Explain ?The Trial Balance ensures arithmetical accuracy and not accounting
accuracy?. Impact of errors on Trial Balance by giving suitable.
07
OR
3
Q.3(A) On 1st April 2006, Creya & Co. Purchased four machines for Rs. 50,000 each.
His accounting year ends on 31st March. Depreciation @ 20% on original cost
has been charged to Profit and Loss Account and credited to a separate provision
for depreciation account.
On 1st April 2007, one machine was sold for Rs. 35,000 and on 1st April 2008, a
second machine was sold for Rs. 33,000. A new machine which cost Rs. 80,000
was purchased on 1st October 2007.
The same rate of depreciation was decided for the new machine as well. Prepare
(1) Machinery A/c & (2) Provision for Depreciation A/c till March 2009.
07
Q.3(B) Explain the meaning and objectives of ?Accounting Standards?. List out the
major accounting standards.
07

Q.4(A) Define ?Provision? & ?Reserve?. Also discuss difference between provision &
reserve.
07
Q.4(B) Symphony corporation Ltd. Sought the advice of an investment consultant for
deployment of surplus funds of around Rs. 45,00,000 in the secondary market.
The consultant advised to invest in Tata Steel Ltd and charged consulting fees of
Rs. 7500. Accordingly, company bought shares of the face value of Rs. 10 each
of Tata Steel ltd at Rs. 520 per share from the NSE through a stockbroker. The
broker charged a brokerage of 0.50%. Determine the cost of this investment.
07
OR
O.4(A) What do you understand by Common Size Statement? What is its purpose?
Explain with suitable examples.
07
Q.4(B) SHYAMSONS LTD
Balance Sheet as on 31st December
Net profit for the period after charging Rs.5000 on account of depreciation was
Rs. 20,000.
A piece of equipment costing Rs.25000 on which depreciation accumulated in
the amount of Rs. 10,000 was sold for Rs. 10,000.
Dividends paid during the year amounted to Rs. 10,000.
Prepare Sources and Uses of funds statement & Change in Working capital.
Liabilities &
capital
2013 2014 Assets 2013 2014
Sundry
Creditors
8000 10,000 Cash 10,000 15,000
Outstanding
Expenses
7000 10,000 Receivables 20,000 25,000
Debenture
Payable
10,000 5000 Inventory 20,000 35,000
Long Term
Loans
5000 25,000
Plant &
machinery
85,000 85,000
Capital 50,000 50,000
Less:
accumulated
Dep
(15,000) (10,000)
Retained
Earnings
40,000 50,000
Total Assets 1,20,000 1,50,000 Total Assets 1,20,000 1,50,000
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Q.5 The Trial Balance of Tera Ltd, having an authorized capital of Rs. 8,00,000
as 31
st
December 1996 as under:
Particulars Amount (Rs)
Share Capital ( Shares of Rs 100 Each Fully paid) 5,00,000
Land & building (cost Rs 3,00,000) 2,50,000
Plant & Machinery (cost Rs 4,00,000) 3,00,000
Livestock 20,000
Gross profit earned during 1996 1,30,000
General Reserve 2,00,000
6% Debentures (issued on 1
st
January 1989 secured by
mortgage on land & redeemable on 31/12/2001)
1,00,000
Sundry Debtors 60,000
Sundry Creditors 30,000
Stock as at 31-12-96 (At cost or Market value whichever is
lower)
50,000
Salaries 19,000
Director?s Fees 10,000
General Expenses 15,000
Cash at Bank 6,400
Cash in Hand 600
Bills Receivables 20,000
Discount on issue on debentures 4,000
Profit & Loss B/f 10,000
Investment (4% Government Securities, FV Rs 1,00,000
purchased on 1-1-1996)
95,000
Investment in Equity shares (10,000 shares of Rs 25 each
Rs 20 paid up)
1,70,000

Further information:
(1) Of the shares allotted 2,000 shares worth Rs 2,00,000 were allotted as
fully paid to vendor from whom a running business was acquired.
(2) Of the debtors Rs. 10,000 were outstanding but are considered good
except a debt of Rs 5,000 doubtful to be provided.
(3) A provision of Rs. 25,000 is to be made for income tax.
(4) The market value of Govt. securities on the date of the Balance sheet was
Rs. 93,000 and that of Equity shares was Rs. 1,60,000
(5) Auditor?s fees Rs. 3000 should be provided for. Included in general
expenses is six months insurance Rs. 1500 paid for the year to end on
30th June 1997.
(6) Interest on debentures issued and on investment in government securities
should be taken into account.
(7) Depreciation is to be provided for @ 6% original cost of machinery and
2% on the original cost of land & building.
(8) Provide for a dividend of 5% on shares.
Prepare (i) Profit & Loss A/c (ii) Profit & Loss Adjustment A/c (iii) The
Balance Sheet as on 31
st
December 1996.
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Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA SEMESTER- I EXAMINATION WINTER 2015

Subject Code: 2810001 Date: 17/12/2015
Subject Name: Accounting For Managers
Time: 10.30 AM TO 01.30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1(A) Answers the following Multiple Choice Question (Each carry 1 Marks) 06
1. An income statement communicates information regarding revenues and
expenses:
(a) For a Period of Time
(b) At a Given point in Time
(c) At the beginning of the Fiscal year
(d) For some point of time in the future.

2. The amount of Owner?s Equity in a business is not affected by:
(b) The profitability of the business.
(c) The percentage of total assets held in cash.
(d) The amount of dividends paid to stockholders.

3. Excel industries Ltd purchased Machine at cost of Rs. 78 lacs. Consideration
value on at time of disposal Rs. 390000. Expected life 10 years. Calculate
depreciation rate for Written Down Value (WDV) & Straight Line method
(SLM).
(a) 25.35% & 9.5% (b) 24.89% & 8.90%
(c) 25.89% & 9.5% (d) 25.98% & 9.05%

4. During a period of steadily rising prices, which of the following methods of
measuring the cost of goods sold is likely to result in reporting the highest gross
profit?
(a) FIFO (b) Weighted Average Price
(c) LIFO (d) Specific Identification

5. Which item among the following is not an intangible asset?
(b) An account receivables
(c) A Patent
(d) Goodwill

6. The financial statement which shows cash activity (receipts and disbursements)
during the accounting period is called a(n):
(a) Bank Statement
(b) Income Statement
(c) Balance Sheet
(d) Statement of Cash-flow

Q.1(B) Define Revenue expenditure & Capital Expenditure with appropriate example. 04

2
Q.1(C) Journalize the following transaction in Journal Proper.
(1) Machinery worth Rs. 20 Lacs was bought from Kavya & Sons payable in 4
equal installment starting from the end of current year.
(2) Issued a cheque in favour of Aditya & co for the purchase of a computer amount
of Rs. 40000
(3) ABC company cheque for Rs. 1,00,000 returned dishonored for insufficient
funds in his accounts. The customer had availed cash discount of Rs. 5000.
(4) Paid Salary Rs. 10000 and Wages Rs. 5000 by cheque and cash respectively.
04

Q.2(A) Identify the steps in the accounting cycle and discuss the role of accounting
records in an organization.
07

Q.2(B) The following balances have been taken from the ledger of Mr. Vasanth as on 31
st

March 2014. You are required to prepare the Trial balances as on 31
st
March 2014.
Particulars Rs Particulars Rs.
Capital 78000 Wages & salaries 17680
Opening Stock 5000 Rent & Taxes 1370
Furniture 18500 Sundry Expenses 1660
Machinery 30000 Bills Receivables 1920
Sales 126620 Book debts 34000
Discount allowed 540 Bills Payable 2800
Carriage outwards 180 Cash In hand 940
Carriage Inwards 170 Bank Loan 5800
Return Inwards 1400 Closing Stock 3900
Return Outwards 280

07
OR
Q.2(B) Discuss in detail about salient aspects of Accounting Standard 1 dealing with
?Disclosure of Accounting Policies? and ?Accounting of intangible assets? (AS ? 26).
Give a suitable example.
07

Q.3(A) X who was closing his books on 31.3.2008 failed to take the actual stock which
he did only on 9th April, 2008 when it was ascertained by him to be worth Rs.
25,000.
It was found that sales are entered in the sales book on the same day of dispatch
and return inwards in the returns book as and when the goods are received back.
Purchases are entered in the Purchase Day Book once the invoices are received.
It was found that sales between 31.3.2008 and 9.4.2008 as per the sales day book
are Rs. 1,720.
Purchases between 31.3.2008 and 9.4.2008 as per Purchase Day Book are Rs.
120, out of these goods amounting to Rs. 50 were not received until after the
stock was taken.
Goods invoiced during the month of March, 2008 but goods received only on 4th
April, 2008 amounted to Rs. 100. Rate of Gross Profit is 33 1/3% on cost.
Ascertain the value of stock as on 31.03.2008.
07
Q.3(B) Explain ?The Trial Balance ensures arithmetical accuracy and not accounting
accuracy?. Impact of errors on Trial Balance by giving suitable.
07
OR
3
Q.3(A) On 1st April 2006, Creya & Co. Purchased four machines for Rs. 50,000 each.
His accounting year ends on 31st March. Depreciation @ 20% on original cost
has been charged to Profit and Loss Account and credited to a separate provision
for depreciation account.
On 1st April 2007, one machine was sold for Rs. 35,000 and on 1st April 2008, a
second machine was sold for Rs. 33,000. A new machine which cost Rs. 80,000
was purchased on 1st October 2007.
The same rate of depreciation was decided for the new machine as well. Prepare
(1) Machinery A/c & (2) Provision for Depreciation A/c till March 2009.
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Q.3(B) Explain the meaning and objectives of ?Accounting Standards?. List out the
major accounting standards.
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Q.4(A) Define ?Provision? & ?Reserve?. Also discuss difference between provision &
reserve.
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Q.4(B) Symphony corporation Ltd. Sought the advice of an investment consultant for
deployment of surplus funds of around Rs. 45,00,000 in the secondary market.
The consultant advised to invest in Tata Steel Ltd and charged consulting fees of
Rs. 7500. Accordingly, company bought shares of the face value of Rs. 10 each
of Tata Steel ltd at Rs. 520 per share from the NSE through a stockbroker. The
broker charged a brokerage of 0.50%. Determine the cost of this investment.
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OR
O.4(A) What do you understand by Common Size Statement? What is its purpose?
Explain with suitable examples.
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Q.4(B) SHYAMSONS LTD
Balance Sheet as on 31st December
Net profit for the period after charging Rs.5000 on account of depreciation was
Rs. 20,000.
A piece of equipment costing Rs.25000 on which depreciation accumulated in
the amount of Rs. 10,000 was sold for Rs. 10,000.
Dividends paid during the year amounted to Rs. 10,000.
Prepare Sources and Uses of funds statement & Change in Working capital.
Liabilities &
capital
2013 2014 Assets 2013 2014
Sundry
Creditors
8000 10,000 Cash 10,000 15,000
Outstanding
Expenses
7000 10,000 Receivables 20,000 25,000
Debenture
Payable
10,000 5000 Inventory 20,000 35,000
Long Term
Loans
5000 25,000
Plant &
machinery
85,000 85,000
Capital 50,000 50,000
Less:
accumulated
Dep
(15,000) (10,000)
Retained
Earnings
40,000 50,000
Total Assets 1,20,000 1,50,000 Total Assets 1,20,000 1,50,000
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Q.5 The Trial Balance of Tera Ltd, having an authorized capital of Rs. 8,00,000
as 31
st
December 1996 as under:
Particulars Amount (Rs)
Share Capital ( Shares of Rs 100 Each Fully paid) 5,00,000
Land & building (cost Rs 3,00,000) 2,50,000
Plant & Machinery (cost Rs 4,00,000) 3,00,000
Livestock 20,000
Gross profit earned during 1996 1,30,000
General Reserve 2,00,000
6% Debentures (issued on 1
st
January 1989 secured by
mortgage on land & redeemable on 31/12/2001)
1,00,000
Sundry Debtors 60,000
Sundry Creditors 30,000
Stock as at 31-12-96 (At cost or Market value whichever is
lower)
50,000
Salaries 19,000
Director?s Fees 10,000
General Expenses 15,000
Cash at Bank 6,400
Cash in Hand 600
Bills Receivables 20,000
Discount on issue on debentures 4,000
Profit & Loss B/f 10,000
Investment (4% Government Securities, FV Rs 1,00,000
purchased on 1-1-1996)
95,000
Investment in Equity shares (10,000 shares of Rs 25 each
Rs 20 paid up)
1,70,000

Further information:
(1) Of the shares allotted 2,000 shares worth Rs 2,00,000 were allotted as
fully paid to vendor from whom a running business was acquired.
(2) Of the debtors Rs. 10,000 were outstanding but are considered good
except a debt of Rs 5,000 doubtful to be provided.
(3) A provision of Rs. 25,000 is to be made for income tax.
(4) The market value of Govt. securities on the date of the Balance sheet was
Rs. 93,000 and that of Equity shares was Rs. 1,60,000
(5) Auditor?s fees Rs. 3000 should be provided for. Included in general
expenses is six months insurance Rs. 1500 paid for the year to end on
30th June 1997.
(6) Interest on debentures issued and on investment in government securities
should be taken into account.
(7) Depreciation is to be provided for @ 6% original cost of machinery and
2% on the original cost of land & building.
(8) Provide for a dividend of 5% on shares.
Prepare (i) Profit & Loss A/c (ii) Profit & Loss Adjustment A/c (iii) The
Balance Sheet as on 31
st
December 1996.
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OR
Q.5 From the following details, prepare a Balance sheet for Moon Ltd.

a). Current ratio is 1.75 times
b). Liquid ratio is 1.25 times
c). Stock turnover Ratio (Closing Stock) is 9 times
d). Gross profit ratio is 25%
e). debt collection period is 1.5 months
f). Reserves to capital is 0.2
g). Turnover to fixed assets is 1.2 times
h). Capital gearing ratio is 0.6
i). Fixed assets to net worth is 1.25 times
Sales for the year is Rs. 12,00,000

Balance sheet of Moon Ltd
Liabilities Rs Assets Rs.
Capital ? Fixed Assets ?
Reserve ? Current Assets ?
Debts ? Closing Stock ?
Current
Liabilities
? Debtors ?
Cash ?
Total Total

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